National Stationary Week 2017 – our activities so far – Monday-Thursday 

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We’ve been taking part in National Stationary Week this week, a lovely campaign to get us all writing, using pencils and get off those laptops and tablets.

There has been a different theme each day… 

Now we’re part way through it seemed time for an update on what we’ve been up to…

Monday & Tuesday 

Pen & Pencil Day & Get Crafty Day
These themes have actually featured all week!

Toddler H has done lots of “writing like mummy” with her new pencils

We’ve also done lots of colouring this week, so that, along with our daily play doh sessions it’s been a very arty crafty week! 




World Stationary Day

Today featured colouring, sticking and painting! 

I love paint pallets as they’re much less messy, although with Toddler H the pallets get messy quite quickly! To be fair she’s been really good this week, so we’ll be doing this far more often. Actually, she concentrated so hard on all her pictures, I was very proud of her… and pleased how occupied she was! #mummywin 



Thank you Thursday

Toddler H has been colouring in Easter cards as thank yous for her Easter eggs. So, we’ll be popping them in the post next week. 


I’ll be back tomorrow to mark the end of World Stationary week with Friday, Saturday and Sunday’s efforts – Fountain Pen FridaySignature Saturday and Write a letter day… 

Let me know if you’re taking part too? And tag your photos #writingmatters #NationalStationaryWeek too.


Lynne x

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